We may not be slick salespeople, but we have very high standards and we do know window film!
We have years of hands-on experience and there is nothing we like more than a job done well and a well-done job! We offer a very broad range of films and have access to all the major film manufacturers.
We pride ourselves on a consultative approach ensuring you the customer not only get what you what, is best suited to your needs, but also what you have paid for.
All new homes and commercial buildings must adhere to the energy efficiency requirements set in the Building Code of Australia.
Window film is a durable, easy and cost-effective way to help ensure your home or business complies with these performance benchmarks.
Choosing the right film
All About Window Tinting are professionally trained in choosing the right film for your situation.
Window Films are manufactured in many different shades, colours and constructions covering everything from very dark to nearly invisible. Each film has unique performance characteristics suitable for the different types of glass in windows today.
With years of experience in the industry, we have been fortunate to work with a full range of quality brands and film. We are accredited by all major manufacturers and have access to the major brands such as Hanita, Solargard, Sungard, Tintgard, 3M, Johnson, American Standard, Madico, GFD, MEP and SunFX.
Once we have discussed your window protection requirements, All About Window Tinting will provide you with a written quotation.
Membership and Accreditation
Window Film Association of Australia (WFAANZ)
Window Energy Rating System (WERS)
International Window Film Association (IWFA) – Technical and installation accredited
Construction Industry Induction (Worksafe White Card) – Accredited
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